Dean McDermott, actor, producer and loving husband to Tori Spelling, is also a pro at all things “dad,” including cooking! Dean has launched a highly popular blog called “The Gourmet Dad,” which appeals to men who want to talk man-of-the-house shop, including preparing meals for the kids in the house.
Dean wants to be a rock star for his five kids, and he wants to help dads everywhere master the role of “Gourmet Dad” – from burgers to pancakes and everything in between. Now Dean is partnering with Edison Nation to find new kitchen products & accessories for those dads who are the man of the kitchen.
Do you have an idea for a product that will help dads win ‘Father of the Year?’ while whipping up a fun meal for the kids?
Think of ideas that will keep Dean McDermott and dads everywhere manning the kitchen with ease. If your idea is a fit, it just might land in Dean’s hands and on store shelves!
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If my idea is selected, what do I get?
If your idea is selected for licensing, we will remain in contact with you and our partner from the moment the deal is signed until it is ready for the marketplace. Our team negotiates competitive royalty structures and all licensing revenues are split 50/50 with you, the original inventor.
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